Summer is a season for getting outside and enjoying the outdoors. It’s a time for fun activities and family outings. But it can also be a time of unexpected injuries, unfortunate encounters with the elements, and spoiled adventures.
Playing it safe for the summer is the key to enjoying the season to the fullest. And that means knowing in advance what to do, what to watch for, and what to avoid. While you can’t prevent every accident, illness, unpleasant event, or every insect bite, you can certainly take steps to minimize them.
Many times, when homeowners move they find that there are items they’ve decided not to keep or take with them. So, the question then is what to do with those otherwise valuable items?
Everyone is aware of the dangers of identity theft and the increase in cyber crime. But did you know that what you have in your household junk and waste can be a goldmine for identity thieves?
How bad is it?
There are many other household items that can be recycled in addition to just aluminum cans, glass bottles, boxes and newspaper.
In fact, you might be surprised at the variety of household items and debris that can actually be recycled instead of dumped in a landfill. While, most people are quite familiar with the concept of recycling, we do tend to think of it only in terms of common items we're familiar with.
Unless you prefer an English Garden or a Southwest Desert look, you want your lawn to look green, lush, and healthy. It's not too late to get a jump on prepping a great summer lawn with these handy tips.
Homeowners in the U.S. have traditionally prided themselves on a great looking lawn. Of course, it seems there's always the one neighbor who stirs up envy with his golf course-quality front yard. But the truth is that almost every lawn can look greener, thicker and healthier if treated right and prepped well.
If you've ever looked at your garage and wondered where did all that stuff come from, you're not alone. The majority of Americans have garages filled with everything except their cars. So how do you get it organized?
For most Americans, the garage is the household storage space unit. Depending on whose figures you go by, it's estimated that only 20 to 30 percent of people with garages in the United States use them to park their cars in.
When you find yourself facing a large clean out or junk hauling job, what do you do? One of your options is to rent a MINI dumpster. And there are five good reasons to do so.
Okay. So there are really more than five good reasons, but for the purpose of this post we want to focus on the top five.